So my boss decided that since I always eat 7-11 sandwiches for lunch, he would broaden my food horizon. He dubbed this take Tim to lunch week in which a member of our staff must bring me to a restaurant and buy me whatever they want to on the menu. Thus far, it has been going pretty well its just a lot of meat. Here is what I have eaten so far:
The Cubano - This was a tasty treat bought for me by my good friend Gary. Its a simple sandwich that consists of bread, roast pork, ham, pickles, and a slew of mustard. For the most part it was delicious, but I never eat mustard and I was tasting it all day.
The Whammy - This was my boss Jeff’s choice. We took a field trip to That’s a Burger over on 71st and picked up this sloppy, beautiful burger. The setup when we walked into That’s a Burger is a little different than your normal burger joint. Its a small room with a counter protected by a thick sheet of bullet proof glass. You put your money into a small slot and your burger comes out a small revolving door. This is of course after a 30 min wait. Its a busy place and should be the burgers are mouth watering. Jeff insisted I have the Whammy and what baby wants baby gets. The Whammy is a massive beef patty topped with a tongue shaped polish sausage, lettuce, onions, pickle, and of course mustard. Bundled in were so soggy fries, but they made no matter, the burger was a different kind of delicious. I encourage all to make the trek out to That’s a Burger (during the day maybe?) and pick up one of these up. I don’t even want to tell you whats on the T.A.B. (That’s a Burger Special)….
That Christian, Jenny, and I drove to a small creepy town that had two sheriffs and a school that had only one class: gym. When we got there our car stalled out and we had to park on a crooked piece of road. The local sheriffs came out and started asking us all kinds of questions, most of them having to do with buying our car. One of the sheriffs wore a yellow jump suite, while the other dressed like a small town sheriff with ten gallon hat and badge. Though he was wearing large headphones as well. We found a motel where Christian and Jenny settled in for the night. I on the other hand started exploring the town. I found an old bike and started riding around by myself in the dark, or what was suppose to be the dark. When I came upon the school it was daytime again and the children were trying to play basketball. They were all terrible. I must have startled one of the punk kids because he wouldn’t stop giving me the evil eye.
After awhile, Christian and Jenny woke up and we all went to this resturant that was said to be the best, racist, resturant in town. I wasn’t asleep long enough to find out if there was any truth to this.